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How to Optimize for “Near My Area” Search Results

How to Optimize for “Near My Area” Search Results

Search has been evolving over the past few years, with numerous updates and new applications that helped enhance the experience and provide users with the best results. 2018 is another year of many changes, with Google shifting its focus to mobile and voice search and testing out new AI technology in the form of Google Duplex.

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How the New Google Image Update Helps Increase Traffic To Your Content

How the New Google Image Update Increases Traffic To Your Content

Google Images has seen some significant updates over the past few months, with the most recent update removing the “View Image” button and Image Search function. This update has divided users of Google’s service, as it made searching and downloading images a slightly longer process than before.

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Google Search Parameters and Why you need to Know them

So the question for the day is: who among internet users today has never used Google to search for something? Probably none. And today I’ve stumbled upon an entry of Stephan Spencer in Search Engine Journal which talk about Google Query Operators.

If you’re a frequent web user, or should I say, Google user, then you probably would want to know about these parameters you can use in order to help narrow down your search results to your desired… well… results.

Some of the Query operators he cites are:

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How is Google’s personalized Search engine capability going to affect SEO?

Google now has a personalized search feature in their search engine. It’s kind of like a bot that can tell Google’s search engine what kind of stuff you’re looking for. Different keywords have different results and you’re if you’re looking for only one type of result, it would be tasking to go through all of the irrelevant search results.

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